- Phone: 651.487.7752
- Mailing Address: 1215 Roselawn Ave. West | Roseville, MN 55113
You are invited to complete the prayer request cards that are found in the bulletin racks at the rear of the Worship Center. The cards are a way for you to communicate with the Pastoral staff, as well as the Prayer Team about concerns or blessings that you would like to have lifted up in prayer.
If you are hospitalized and would like a visit from a pastor or a member of our lay visitation ministry, please contact the church office and let us know. During your time of illness we want you to be assured of God’s love and know that we care about you. Hospitals do not release patient information to churches. So please contact us and let us know if you would like a visit.
Are You or a Loved One In Need of a Hot Meal? Having trouble with meal preparation? Is a trip to the grocery a challenge? If your age makes these activities physically difficult, then Meals on Wheels might be for you. A hot lunch meal can be delivered directly to your home Monday thru Friday or however often you prefer. If you or someone you know is at a stage where getting good nutrition is an issue, then call the Meals on Wheels office at 651-624-3504. Daily meals are also available at the Fairview Community Center where you can enjoy a good meal with friends.
RLC is host to two addiction recovery groups, Al Anon and Alcoholics Anonymous. Check the calendar for most current schedule information.
Mondays 7:30 p.m. at Roseville Lutheran Church (Lower Level, Room 45c)
Mondays 6:00 p.m. at Roseville Lutheran Church (Lower Level, Room 45c)
Speakers Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays. (Lower Level, Social Hall)
This widows’ group from RLC provides support and fellowship at a luncheon on the third Saturday of the month, scheduled at different Roseville area restaurants. All widows are welcome to join. Call Kay Shurson at 651-766-6930 or Lori Bergman at 651-635-9563 for more information.
Have you experienced: the death of a loved one, a broken relationship, divorce or separation, pregnancy or infant loss, job loss or change, a move to a new home or city, a loved one who needs support? Do you feel in need of support, or are interested in learning more about grief?
The Twin Cities North Suburban Grief Support Coalition sponsors the “Growing Through Loss” series twice yearly, providing an opportunity for individuals to obtain information and support for a variety of loss and grief issues. The six-week series for adults will be held on Mondays at Incarnation Lutheran Church in Shoreview, beginning on September 19, 2016. For further information call their hotline at 763-755-5335, or visit their website: http://www.growingthroughloss.org/